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Nie Trink Wasser
22nd December 2003, 12:07 PM
What did Bush know before the quake happened?!

More importantly, when did he know it? Is it truly America's imperialistic, unilateral actions throughout the world that caused this?

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/recenteqsUS/Quakes/nc40148755.htm

Suddenly
22nd December 2003, 12:25 PM
I don't know.

But I bet he blames it on the Clinton Administration.

Tmy
22nd December 2003, 12:26 PM
Imagine how bad this quake wouldve been if Gore was in office!:p

BTox
22nd December 2003, 12:28 PM
Originally posted by Suddenly
I don't know.

But I bet he blames it on the Clinton Administration.

One could correctly argue that the frictional forces that led up to the quake have been building throughout the Clinton admin. :p

jj
22nd December 2003, 12:36 PM
Originally posted by Suddenly
I don't know.

But I bet he blames it on the Clinton Administration.

Why, of course, if Wegner hadn't invented that idea of continental drift, the continents would still be standing still! :)

Luke T.
22nd December 2003, 12:43 PM
You guys always blame California first. It was America that shifted, not California!

Crossbow
22nd December 2003, 12:43 PM
At least he did not try to establish an Earthquake-Saddam Hussien-Osam bin Laden-WMD connection.

:p

Luke T.
22nd December 2003, 12:47 PM
This calls for an expansion of the Department of Homeland Security. The U.S.G.S. and the Department of the Interior will now be incorporated into that department...

Tmy
22nd December 2003, 12:50 PM
Ya know if the Quake was allowed to have a drivers license, it wouldve had insurance. Now all these people have to pay for the quake damage out of their pockets.

Tmy
22nd December 2003, 12:54 PM
The 9th circut has just ruled that the quake does have a constitutional right to destory buildings.

Chupacabras
22nd December 2003, 12:54 PM
Originally posted by BTox
One could correctly argue that the frictional forces that led up to the quake have been building throughout the Clinton admin. :p

There's this story about a guy who was fired. He gave two envelopes to the guy who was takin in and told him: "When you are deep in trouble, open the first envelope. You will find the solution there. Then, if things turn really ugly again and you can't find an answer, open the second envelope and read on".

Sure enough, a few weeks later things were getting out of hand, and the new guy suddenly remembered the envelopes, so he opened the first one: "Blame it all on me", it said. What a great solution!

Months later, when things gor really sour at the company, he remembered the second envelope, so he went to open it. It read "Get your two envelopes ready".



But back to the quake, what effect will it have in the evaluation of the terrorist alert system?

Tony
22nd December 2003, 12:55 PM
Any word on damage in the areas hit by the quake?

Grammatron
22nd December 2003, 12:59 PM
Originally posted by Tony
Any word on damage in the areas hit by the quake?

If there is any damage it would be minimal since the epicenter was near small towns and communities. It was barely felt in Los Angeles and even then it amounted to nothing more than a slight shake.

Luke T.
22nd December 2003, 01:00 PM
Originally posted by Tony
Any word on damage in the areas hit by the quake? All serious inquiries are requested to go here. (http://www.randi.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?threadid=32779)

;)

Bjorn
22nd December 2003, 01:02 PM
Originally posted by Tony
Any word on damage in the areas hit by the quake? Very little damage, it seems.

A few buildings down, a few very small injuries. :)

Luke T.
22nd December 2003, 01:04 PM
Originally posted by Tmy
The 9th circut has just ruled that the quake does have a constitutional right to destory buildings.

I'm sitting here at work, everyone quietly working in their cubicles around me. You can hear a pin drop, and I'm over here squeezing my nostrils shut as tight as I can, bent over double trying not to let my laughter escape.

Man, that hurts!

Chad Noles
22nd December 2003, 01:11 PM
It's nothing that can't be fixed with plastic sheeting and duct tape.

Tmy
22nd December 2003, 01:12 PM
You know what will happen next. That one picture of that ONE shoddly made building that slid off its foundation will be on the cover of every newspaper tomorrow.

Luke T.
22nd December 2003, 01:25 PM
I just hope they don't humiliate Ah-nold by putting him on TV to talk about it.

Hexxenhammer
22nd December 2003, 01:35 PM
Originally posted by Tmy
The 9th circut has just ruled that the quake does have a constitutional right to destory buildings. The ACLU is suing the quake for bringing biblical destruction into public buildings.

phildonnia
22nd December 2003, 02:07 PM
Originally posted by Tmy
You know what will happen next. That one picture of that ONE shoddly made building that slid off its foundation will be on the cover of every newspaper tomorrow.

The usual next-day photo is from the salad dressing aisle of a random supermarket in the area.

Luke T.
22nd December 2003, 02:15 PM
International A.N.S.W.E.R. has offices in California. So does the WWP.

I'm just saying...

Mr Manifesto
22nd December 2003, 03:42 PM
Obviously, someone has invented a Tesla device. America got lucky this time- obviously only a test fire- but the next time could be much more catastrophic. Can anyone even imagine what v6.6 will be like?

We have to find the evil regime using this weapon of mass destruction and bring them to justice.

Now, who's got a lot of resources at the moment?

Nie Trink Wasser
22nd December 2003, 03:50 PM
Originally posted by Mr Manifesto

Now, who's got a lot of resources at the moment? [/B]

so, you're 15 or 16 years old ?

peptoabysmal
22nd December 2003, 08:46 PM
Originally posted by Mr Manifesto
Obviously, someone has invented a Tesla device. America got lucky this time- obviously only a test fire- but the next time could be much more catastrophic. Can anyone even imagine what v6.6 will be like?

We have to find the evil regime using this weapon of mass destruction and bring them to justice.

Now, who's got a lot of resources at the moment?

The California quake was merely caused by the weight shift of socialist parasites leaving the state after Arnold took office.

Mr Manifesto
22nd December 2003, 08:50 PM
Originally posted by peptoabysmal


The California quake was merely caused by the weight shift of socialist parasites leaving the state after Arnold took office.

Wouldn't that be balanced out by the influx of Mexican immigrants? We all know there are millions of them waiting to swarm into the state at the first opportunity. And it's not like Arnold can pull that, "Foreigners with nothing to contribute to society whatsoever aren't welcome in California," either. That might be all we need for the levy to burst...

peptoabysmal
22nd December 2003, 09:54 PM
Originally posted by Mr Manifesto


Wouldn't that be balanced out by the influx of Mexican immigrants? We all know there are millions of them waiting to swarm into the state at the first opportunity. And it's not like Arnold can pull that, "Foreigners with nothing to contribute to society whatsoever aren't welcome in California," either. That might be all we need for the levy to burst...

LOL, if they swarm into the state, they will trip over the ones already here. Before you come to southern California, brush up on your Spanish, seniór, you'll need it.

Besides that, we all know that foreigners come from starving countries and don't weigh half as much as our homegrown, Big Mac© munching, fat bottomed American socialists. :p